Welcome to Hill View Primary PTFA.
What is a Parent Teacher & Friends Association?
Most schools have a Parent Teacher & Friends Association (PTFA), which is an organisation of parents, staff and associated people such as grandparents etc. Its role is to encourage closer links between home and school. PTFA's are best known for their fundraising work, but they have a useful social function too. Fundraising events provide an opportunity for parents, staff and pupils to get together.
How is the PTFA organised?
How is money raised?
How is money spent?
Funds raised by the PTFA are intended to provide ‘extras’ not already provided by the school's main income – often 'fun things' that make learning more interesting and exciting. The PTFA committee decide how to spend PTFA funds following requests from the school. Common items include, playground & school equipment, books and trip subsidies.
How can I be involved in my PTFA?
Our PTFA Goal
Our primary goal is to promote a sense of support, community and togetherness amongst our children, teachers, staff, parents, and local community to further enhance a caring and nurturing environment for our children and their learning. We strive to encourage positive relationships and experiences that increase our children's education through organising fun and family events throughout the year and actively fundraise for items not included in school budgets.
We are fortunate at our school to have a PTFA that is an integral part of the school community and continues to grow stronger each year. Over the years the PTFA has raised thousands of pounds, which has been spent on equipment and resources to emphasise our children’s education and experience at Hill View primary.
Our PTFA Team
Chair – Laura Haslin
Vice Chair / Secretary– Sarah Wilson
Treasurer – Mrs Grace
Please contact any of us on email@example.com